This is a mail order catalogue (from about 1912) from Harrods, the famous London department store.
The Harrods motto 'Everything for Everybody Everywhere'
has more than lived up to its meaning over the years. In the early
1900s, the store made yachts to order, ran its own funeral service
(embalming Sigmund Freud), sold aeroplanes and built houses.
Author A.A. Milne found the original Winnie-the-Pooh for his son
Christopher Robin here,
and Arnold Bennett based his novel Hugo on the store.
If you just want to browse it, I recommend the Project Gutenberg version here, but if you need a full sized illustration (there are over 15,000 items illustrated!), use this Internet Archive copy